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How can we overcome racism?

The debate whether affirmative action helps or hinders groups of people who may be discriminated is on the spotlight because of the Supreme Court’s vote of six to two in favor of a challenge to a Michigan Law that bans the practice of affirmative action. In essence, the idea that aiding people who may be discriminated helps level the playing field was opposed with the argument that the mere fact of aiding these people reinforces problems generated by discrimination because equality is not…See More
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Washington, DC Bilingual & Hispanic Job Fair 2014 at Trinity Washington University

May 15, 2014 from 10am to 3pm
To pre-register for this event sign in or sign up first AND then be sure to select "Will Attend" under RSVPAre you bilingual and live in the DC area? Join us on Thursday, May 15, 2014 for the Washington, DC Bilingual Professional Job Fair. This is your opportunity to meet with top quality employers seeking diversity in bilingual, professional candidates like you!…See More
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15th Annual Sodexo Foundation Dinner at Bethesda North Marriott Hotel & Conference Center

April 23, 2014 from 6pm to 7pm
In its 15th year, this dinner is the largest fundraising event for the Sodexo Foundation which supports programs to help the 16 million children of families in the United States who are at-risk of hunger.  Sodexo’s Heroes of Everyday Life and our Stephen J. Brady STOP Hunger Scholars are also recognized at this touching event. To RSVP, follow this link:  …See More
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Washington, DC Bilingual & Hispanic Job Fair 2014 at Trinity Washington University

May 15, 2014 from 10am to 3pm
To pre-register for this event sign in or sign up first AND then be sure to select "Will Attend" under RSVPAre you bilingual and live in the DC area? Join us on Thursday, May 15, 2014 for the Washington, DC Bilingual Professional Job Fair. This is your opportunity to meet with top quality employers seeking diversity in bilingual, professional candidates like you!…See More
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Chief Scientist

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Media Desk Officer

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Analytic Linguist (Spanish)

Posted by Neil Alvarado on April 15, 2014 at 6:30am

Health Care Reform

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Bilingual Sr. Compliance Coordinator

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Bilingual Customer Care Associate

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Territory Manager

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Sales Representative - Insurance Sales

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Sales Support Representative

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Retail Sales Consultant

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Assistant Store Manager at AT&T

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How can we overcome racism?

The debate whether affirmative action helps or hinders groups of people who may be discriminated is on the spotlight because of the Supreme Court’s vote of six to two in favor of a challenge to a Michigan Law that bans the practice of affirmative…Continue

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Started by Erich Lagasse in interests - Hispanic and Latino 13 hours ago.

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Muy Buen Dia a Todos, Mi nombre es Carlos SaQuimux, y represento a Dimensión Latina FM "Tu Radio por Internet" en Chicago. Un nuevo programa de radio Alegre y Energético que trasmite los 7 días por semana las 24 horas.  Te invito a que nos escuches…Continue

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Are you Hispanic—or Latino—if you don’t speak Spanish? 8 Replies

I believe language is an intrinsic element of any culture; it helps us communicate and express what we perceive, feel and think. Consequently, to fully experience a specific culture, one must understand its language. During my first semester in…Continue

Tags: latino, ethnicity, hispanic, Spanish, English

Started by Erich Lagasse in interests - language. Last reply by Beca Apr 15.

What do Hispanics have to offer?

I used to think I had to honor my father’s memory by portraying an image to others. By this I don’t mean being fake or appearing to be better than I was. Rather, I had to consider what other people thought and said of me. In other words, I didn’t…Continue

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Started by Erich Lagasse in interests - Hispanic and Latino Apr 2.

Hispanic literature to commemorate 1 Reply

Nostalgia makes me wish I were back in the country I once called home. Sometimes I’ll remember the family gatherings in my great uncle’s house—even on Sunday afternoons, my parents, uncles and aunts played cards while having drinks, and then, when…Continue

Tags: Hispanic, Latino, identity, heritage, literature

Started by Erich Lagasse in interests - language. Last reply by Jose A. Carmona Apr 2.

English Teaching in Leon, Guanajuato, Mexico 3 Replies

Although Leon is not the most touristy of places, I would love to know if there are any native English speakers / teachers in and around Leon that would be interested in working in a fun environment with a great team. Any suggestions,…Continue

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Started by Denis Noctor in interests - education. Last reply by Victor M. Cuello Mar 12.

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Ten tips for career fair success

Career fairs are a great way to network with a variety of employers at one time. To help you make the most out of your job fair experience, we’d like to share some important recommendations from our career experts here at LatPro.com. By following these tips, you’ll be able to navigate job fairs effectively and […]
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LatPro Announces Scholarship Award Winner

e are proud to announce that Crissel Rodriguez has won our most recent LatPro Scholarship award. Crissel’s essay was inspirational and beautifully written.  She aspires to be “an activist in the politics of change” and has devoted much of her life and education in movements for ‘women’s empowerment, immigrant rights, economic development, and advocacy for […]
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LatPro Announces Scholarship Finalists – help us choose one winner!

We are proud to announce the six finalists for the current LatPro Scholarship award, which include future political activists, physicians, psychologists, lawyers, policy analysts, and computer scientists.   We received thousands of exceptional applications, but we feel that these candidates showed the best combination of passion, integrity, and dedication to their chosen fields of study. Now […]
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Jessica An, studying Political Science, is a LatPro Scholarship Finalist

was born in Los Angeles, California in the year 1993. I lived in Mexico for the first three years of my life. My first language was therefore Spanish, and my second was Korean. I distinctly remember my first day of class in the United States. I remember my mom closing the door to my first […]
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Jacqueline Basulto, studying Pre-med, is a LatPro Scholarship Finalist

ushing through swinging doors, sporting a white coat, reviving people each day, being on the forefront of modern technology: these are just a few aspects of the medical field that entice me. I wish to possess a frenzied life devoted to rescuing those who are too ill to care for themselves. It is through my […]
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Study finds little diversity in global management ranks

Diverse management is lacking in most of the major European organizations, according to a study released today by The Boston Consulting Group (BCG). BCG found that out of 40 randomly selected global companies, 93 percent of the […]
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